Our Home in CApe Town 

Enjoy the magic of Cape Town for six, wonderful weeks. We're looking forward to soaking up the sun, enjoying the outdoors, eating all the delicious food and basking in the glow of this stunning 'Rainbow Nation'. We will have space for 20 awesome people, staying in spacious, high-quality apartments. They come equipped with good internet, plenty of space for work and play, and a setup that will make you feel comfortable and productive.

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Here you can see a collection of previous spaces where we stayed before to give you a general idea of quality. 
As soon as our new home in Cape Town is confirmed we will update the photos. 


And here's a map to get an idea of where we'll be!

 

Adventures & Things To Do in Cape Town

Hang out with baboons and zebras at Cape Point in the morning, dine at an Atlantic seaboard bistro for lunch, tipple at a Constantia wine estate in the afternoon and party the night away in a Long Street club. All in a Cape Town day. Your options are endless we can’t wait to show you around all it’s neighbourhood and adventures. Be ready for some real tribal experience.

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Kirstenbosch Gardens

Spend the day picnicking on the lawns, strolling through the Protea garden, discovering interesting plant species in the Botanical Society Conservatory or check out the 130m Centenary Tree Canopy. Plus, in summer there are amazing concerts going on. 

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Neighbour Goods Market

...is everyone’s favourite. Who doesn’t love good food and good company. This is where you’ll get farm fresh and organic foods. Best thing to do to open the weekend. Stroll around &  discover cute jewellery and beautiful textiles.

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Catch the waves in Muizenberg

Know for it's famous multi-colored huts on the boardwalk, this is a laid-back neighborhood with a multi-cultural vibe. If you want to hit the waves, you can rent a board and wetsuit for as little as $7 for the day.

Cape of Good Hope

Check out the whole Cape Peninsula in a day trip. Vitalise your body and feed your mind with guided commentary, fabulous scenic cycling and easy hiking. One of our favourite things to do! 

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In the African Bush

Experience the raw nature, african sunrises with golden sunlight in a beautiful national parks. Watch elephants pass by, hear lions roar, zebras run through the savannah. There is no way we let you leave South Africa without having an encounter with the Big Five.

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Conquer Table Mountain 

It’s more than just a mountain it’s the solid core of mother city and divides Cape Town into specific zones with public gardens, wilderness, forests, hiking routes, pristine beaches and much more. It’s a steep, tiring hike, but so worth it and if you prefer the easier way, a cable car is waiting for you. 

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Let's get dirty

Quiet, remote dirt roads or tight, twisting single tracks begging to be explored by bike; this is how you can engage in a genuine experience of South Africa.

Taste Legendary Wines 

Constantia is known as the ‘Beverly Hills’ of Cape Town with its sprawling mansions and lush vineyards. Taste award-winning wines at Groot Constantia, most famous for its Sauvignon Blanc. 

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Sundowners on Lions Head

Take in the breathtaking view of Cape Town from atop Lions Head, day or night. Some do it for sunrise, others for sunset or even for full moon. Plus, the summit is the perfect spot for paragliding as well.
 

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Shark Cage Diving

You like it more extreme? Then let’s head to Gaansbai, where a large population of great white sharks is waiting for you. Protected in a cage you can go and dive with them and have a very close encounter!


READY TO JOIN our TRIBE IN South Africa?

Jan 19 - Mar 02, 2018

If you're interested in our South Africa chapter, please apply here first. If you're already a WiFi Tribe member, please just send us an email and we can book your place in South Africa!

How does it work? WiFi Tribe has an annual membership model: Successful applicants choose how often they want to travel with the tribe within a year and decide what membership they would like. You can find out more about membership prices here.

 

6-week prices start from:

PRIVATE ROOM: $2100

SHARED ROOM: $1200

 

Note: the rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. All shared rooms are between 2-4 people.